Tuesday Morning Focal Point
Month: Month: March 2016

Tuesday Morning Focal Point – March 29, 2016 – Emergency Locator Transmitter

March 29,2016
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Yesterday morning I was standing in the aisle of an aircraft waiting to disembark when my eyes settled on the Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) sitting in the overhead bin above the front row.  As a frequent traveler and a licensed pilot of 22 years, I know the importance of this device.  It does absolutely nothing!…unless […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – March 15, 2016 – Weather the Storms

March 15,2016
Last week on the west coast of British Columbia, we had a major wind and rain storm, which took out power to a couple hundred thousand residents. It was a great opportunity for individuals and families to reflect on how well prepared they are to weather a storm.  Given that my family lives on acreage […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – March 8, 2016 – The Power of Acknowledgement

March 8,2016
It never ceases to amaze me the number of leaders I encounter who don’t quite understand how much power there is in acknowledgement – specifically in acknowledging those who work so hard for us and help us achieve our business or corporate objectives. It is surprising that there are still leaders around who believe that […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – Tuesday March 1, 2016 – Core Values

March 1,2016
The more I interact with clients regarding tricky issues and difficult decision points, the more I become convinced of the necessity to have and to hold a set of core values in business. I’ve lost count of the number of times during coaching conversations, where I’ve pointed a client to reconnect with his or her […]
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